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Atlas Access
  • Atlas Access TD
  • Atlas Access UNDER
  • Atlas Access SIDETOP
  • Atlas Access BINDING

Atlas Access

Variable & Rolling Terrain

$209.99

Get snowshoeing this winter with the Atlas Access Men’s Snowshoe.

DESCRIPTION

The durable V-Frame™ construction of the Atlas Access establishes a sturdy foundation to fully articulate our Light-Ride™ Suspension system, designed to empower free and natural strides through changing terrain. Its trail-specific Wrapp™ binding is not only comfortable with a gender-specific fit, but it’s easy to use and adjust on the go. The Access puts durable Nytex Decking and our Heel Lift bar to work underfoot, allowing you to naturally ascend and descend steep and moderate slopes.

TECHNOLOGIES

Wrapp Trail Binding

Wrapp Trail Binding

Comfortable and easy-to-use, the Wrapp™ Trail men's and women's bindings are easy to enter and exit while cradling the foot securely.
Heel Lift Bar

Heel Lift Bar

On steep climbs, calf muscles tire quickly and traction decreases when your foot matches the slope angle. The heel lift bar eases fatigue and ties directly into Advanced Aft Traction for grip.
Nytex Decking

Nytex Decking

Flexible Nytex decking is forgiving and quiet when hiking in the cold, providing durability without the weight.
Tempered Steel Toe Crampon

Tempered Steel Toe Crampon

Strong and durable for confident traction on icy terrain that will last for years to come.
Light-Ride Suspension

Light-Ride Suspension

Light-Ride Suspension (LRS) is the perfect blend of comfort and function, allowing your foot to articulate naturally and cushioning impact for smooth striding on mellower terrain.

SIZE CHART

Product Size Chart
Model Size Surface Area Weight/PR Load
Access 25 25 in (64 cm) 176 sq in
(1135 sq cm)
3.96 lbs (1.80 kg) 120-200 lbs
(54-91 kg)
Access 30 30 in (76 cm) 222 sq in
(1432 sq cm)
4.55 lbs (2.06 kg) 150-250+ lbs
(68-113+ kg)

BINDING-INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Place the ball of your foot on the Altas logo/ball of foot mark on the footbed, with the buckles to the outside.
  2. Align your foot straight on the snowshoe, then tighten by pulling the Uniloop strap until snug.
  3. Thread the heel strap through the metal opening and loop back over the prong to secure.
  4. Stow the Uniloop strap and heel strap in the strap clips.
  5. To release, pull the heel strap to release it off the prong, unclip the Uniloop strap, and pull back on the buckle release loop to release the buckle levers on the tongue.

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